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Are you managing your eye allergies?

What are eye allergies? Eye allergies occur when your eyes react to an irritant in the environment. These irritants, also called allergens, can include dust, pollen, smoke, fragrances, and pet dander, which can come from a variety of sources. When exposed to an allergen, your eyes produce a substance called histamine to fight it off,…
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Are You Overexposed to Blue Light?

Blue light is the type of light with the shortest wavelength and highest energy. It’s everywhere! Although many people associate blue light with technology, the sun is the primary source of these rays. Many human-made devices also emit blue light, and in recent years, the time individuals are spending on these devices has increased dramatically.…
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Children’s Vision Protocol

Children constantly grow and change. Their clothes become too small, their shoes become too tight, and their skills become more advanced. Although for parents, these stepping stones may happen too fast, it’s a part of life. It is important to get your children’s vision regularly checked to keep up with this constant activity throughout their…
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The Dangers of UV Rays

It's always fun to go out in the sun, but sometimes, the sun can cause more harm than good. Many people are aware of the damage the sun can cause on the skin but don't know about the impact on our eyes. Without proper protection, the sun's UV rays can negatively impact the health of…
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Our new office protocols are as follows; You will need an appointment to enter the office, this includes for eyewear pick-ups and adjustments. Everyone will be required to wear masks and have their temperatures taken when entering the building.
Only those with appointments will be able to enter the office. This will include 1 legal guardian for a minor or anyone else needing special assistance.
We will be contacting you prior to your appointment to complete a COVID-19 screening questionnaire, confirm insurance, and update health history/medications.